BEST WESTERN Park Crest Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... ones, we get it your cruising the highway in a hire car and though you would be different and get a convertible wrong every second car was the same.
I stopped in to go see Hearst castle which is a huge estate from the early to mid nineties but the all access tour was sold out and timing was an issue so I just read up on the history and looked at it through the binoculars they had. As ...
... their ride, whilst we headed back up to the flat for lunch. It was fun playing house in such a lovely flat - it made us realise how much we had missed being in a home, although that's something we hadn't actually taken note of in South America. We had a quick lunch at home before walking back to Cannery Row, to the aquarium. 2 members cards - another bonus freebie that came with the flat, saving us $30 each. Hurrah! The aquarium was big with lots to see, but we enjoyed our 'best of' ...
... T-ball-stand at all. It is a great time for Josh and Lilly to bond on something so out of Josh's wheelhouse.
Wednesday, April 22: After driving over 3600 miles crossing the country, Big Mo needed an oil change and to have a few things checked out, so Fred and I drove to Salinas and dropped the RV off for the day. We went to Carmel, because ...
... to on rutted dirt roads fit for Satan's camel train. Truly murdurously bumpy road that told about two hours to get to, though as ince again proved so many times, an arduous journey often reaped the rewards. This day being no exception. We started the walk into Weano gorge and followed the path as it snaked its way narrower and narrower. At one point Tara was holding the camera around her neck and was trying to traverse a deepish pool with slippery edges and next minute WHOOSH in goes ...
... newspapers etc and then inherited when his mother died. He had been to Britain & Europe as a child and was inspired by the opulence and set about building his own castle. With his architect Julia Morgan they built and furnished the castle commencing in 1919 and completing in 1947.
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